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I really need your help with this awesome CMS.
We're just about to embark on our first localisation of a very large site.
Our plan was to copy the entire US-English site and then have the Chinese localiser overtype the text (which is all fine).
The issue we've run into is that all of the links are still linking back to the US English version. We want them to all be relative to the site we've just copied (as we know it's 1:1).
Could anyone out there please help me with your experience and what you do in this scenario?
Thanks in advance,
Translation Manager has code in it to update the relative links.
It does this as part of the Translation process when content is put back into Umbraco (if you don't need the translation element is also has a passthrough provider that just moves the content between nodes, but then the links will get updated).
Rolling your own
You need to update the content using both the content service and the relations service,
Translation manager looks at all linked content (in content pickers, URL pickers, or embedded inside an RTE, or the Grid, or nested content with an RTE in, etc.... quite a lot of places to check).
When it finds a link; it then looks for that id in the relation service, and if it finds a relation from the parent site into the target language site it will update the link inside the content to point to the related item.
For this to work you also need to know which localized site you are in (fine if you have one, if you have more then you will find multiple relations and you will need to know which one is the right one to pick).
So in summary, it is possible but it's not super simple. unless you use Translation Manager :) bonus if you do only have two languages (English and Chinese) its free!!
I think we might actually purchase this but, before I do, can I ask a few questions...
Is this solid (and supported) on Umbraco version 7.12.3
Does the relative link checking (the main reason for purchase) take into consideration nested content items on custom property editors (Umbraco.NestedContent). I am using the excellent Umbraco uSkinned package and their banner system (and more) uses custom properties in such a fashion.
Are there any gotchas that you think I should be aware of. Sorry for such a broad question but testing this and getting this in place is quite a big task and I'd rather ask upfront ;) (we will honestly gladly purchase if it does everything).
(I'm in the UK if you would like a call).
Yes its supported and solid on Umbraco 7.12.3 (and all versions up)
The link checking supports all know properties, so grid, nested content, stacked content, doctype grid editor, vorto, etc and all the configurations thereof (e.g a nested-content property in a vorto element in the grid works)
if you have completely custom editors (e.g things using your own build property editors - they can be configured or in some cases you can write your own mappers.
We have docs for this. https://jumoo.co.uk/translate/docs/
for example https://jumoo.co.uk/translate/docs/TranslationManagerCustomConfig.pdf
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